> You mean that when you type in plural form, you also find singular and
> all the cases like buy, bought should be find when typing buy ? Then
> you also should look at analysis, because its a matter of the correct
> language analysis:http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/reference/index-modules/analysis/l...
> áRafał Kuć
> áSematext ::http://sematext.com/:: Solr - Lucene - Nutch - ElasticSearch
> AAX ->> AAA I meant similarity so when I will write CAT I will always
> > fins CATS etc.
> > On 29 Cze, 14:07, Rafał Kuć <r....@solr.pl> wrote:
> >> Hello!
> >> Use boolean query with OR to get all documents with at least one term,
> >> than use phrase query to boost the documents that have the words close
> >> to each other (look at the phrase sloop to see how you control that)
> >> and finally use boosting query to boost the documents that have all
> >> the terms in the field you are searching on. Of course all of that
> >> should be combined into a single query for ElasticSearch to do all the
> >> score calculation for you.
> >> I don't know what you want to achieve when you say you want to have
> >> results of 'AAX' when querying for 'AAA'.
> >> --
> >> Regards,
> >> áRafał Kuć
> >> áSematext ::http://sematext.com/::Solr - Lucene - Nutch - ElasticSearch
> >> > Heh yeah I know that it's kind of problem with answers like "you can
> >> > or you can or you can" and it all depends on what you need... problem
> >> > is that it's hard to start using this search engine because of lack of
> >> > documentation tuts etc
> >> > I would like to use it only in one case I'm searching the documents
> >> > using only one field always and I want to build the most standard
> >> > search engine for frazes that will return results from best similarity
> >> > to lower and so on...
> >> > so if I have a fraze like "AAA BBB CCC" search results will be like:
> >> > AAA BBB CCC
> >> > AAX BBB CCC
> >> > AAA BBB
> >> > AAX BBB
> >> > AAA
> >> > AAX
> >> > On 29 Cze, 13:28, Rafał Kuć <r....@solr.pl> wrote:
> >> >> Hello!
> >> >> Its hard to give a general query that will work in all situations, I
> >> >> don't think it's even possible. You should think what fields in your
> >> >> index are important to you (and use boosting on those), you should
> >> >> think if you want phrase queries to be used to boost documents that
> >> >> have them present. You may also want to have some fields boost score
> >> >> of your documents (for example number of likes or recent date) so you
> >> >> may want to use custom score query. And many, many more 'You may'.
> >> >> You should think what you want ElasticSearch to return and how and
> >> >> this way construct your queries.
> >> >> --
> >> >> Regards,
> >> >> áRafa│ KuŠ
> >> >> áSematext ::http://sematext.com/::Solr- Lucene - Nutch - ElasticSearch
> >> >> > anyone? I'm looking for best configuration of query_string for
> >> >> > searching results?